Hi and welcome to my page :)

my name is Vincent Warburton, I am 27 years old, half-British half-German from Northrhine Westfalia Germany. My British ancestors were part of the Warburton nobility of the Durrani empire, as they have intermarried with the Afghans (So I am also a bit Afghan LoL, you can have a look at royal ark about my family hsitory). I am a practicing Naqshbandi Sufi and have my Bachelor in Economics and am visiting Master classes in Finance. I am currently a new member of the Wikipedia community. As I am interested in linguistical diversity, I want to enhance my language skills and put my emphasis on translating existing articles on Sufism and Royal societies in other languages and in that way also practice my language skills and simultaneously contribute to expanding knowledge on Sufism and Royal Societies.

Hard Beginning


My beginning in the Wikipedia community is unfortunately frustrating and not very warm, which is the reason I promise to always respect newcomers in a friendly manner.

Royal societies


It is important to highlight the work of certain royals, who in fact make prestigeous impact for our societies especially in the field of philanthropy and business. Many people get jealous when they see royals or former royals, who are proud of who they are but this is totally wrong. If there is a person who does not hold the British Royal family for example in high esteem, they should minimally not criticize them as they are enjoying their lives and making beneficial contributions that shall not be neglected.



Sufism is a tradition that goes back to father Abraham, who taught us peace, respect and tolerance for each other. In this sense there is basically no difference between Christians, jews and Muslims alike as we have got the same roots. Islam is misrepresented by many politically motivated people who just misuse it in so far as they egoistically want to achieve their selfish goals.

Sufis teachers are motivating disciples and give them hope and power to carry on their tasks in life. This principle is known as rabita, which means that the disciple focuses on the master and in this sense feels relief from all worldly pressures.

Sufis like Rumi are also talented poems.

Linguistical Diversity


Poststructurally it is language that gives us inside in certain realities and thus it is necessary to preach information in as much languages as possible. I think of the story of Babel in which linguistical diversity was firstly made in Christian theological history and thus dedicate my work in translating certain existing pages of notable people, that are not yet seen in other languages. I target eleven pages as eleven is a holy number in the Qadiri school of Sufism.

What others would call CrossWiki with bad connotations, is for me enriching linguistical diversity.

Vincent Warburton
This user is British
  • German-British
  • Master Student in Finance
  • Alma Mater from the University of Duisburg-Essen
  • Love Dubai